Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells For Two

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Due to the ongoing venue closures and uncertainty around COVID-19, we have decided to cancel our Australian tour this year.

We are really disappointed not to be performing, but it has become unfeasible for us at this time.

If you have already purchased tickets, please get in contact with the venue to arrange a refund.

We hope you are all safe, and will hopefully see you again once theatres reopen.



Review: Fest Mag – Edinburgh Fringe 2013

Review Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells ‘For Two’ By Sam Cleeve Published 13 August 2013 The human body’s a pesky thing. Consider the following scenario: you’re a musician who’s spent the better part of two decades mastering a complete range of different instruments – guitars, keyboards, drums, the lot. But then[...]


TB42 Live on BBC Scotland

Yesterday the boys performed live at the BBC tent on ‘The Culture Studio’ with Janice Forcyth at the Edinburgh Fringe. You can listen to it here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b037n3by


Review: Broadway Baby – Edinburgh Fringe 2013

Rings True Broadway Baby Rating: By Carys Evans 3 Aug, 2014 Wiping the sweat from his forehead, Aidan Roberts announced ‘And… tubular bells!’ A sudden burst of light brought the bells into view, like a heavenly apparition. This show is a momentous feat of musicality and showmanship, filled with glorious[...]


Review: The List – Edinburgh Fringe 2013

Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells For Two Australian musicians on a mission to recreate a prog masterwork during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Source: The List Date: 4 August 2013 Written by: David Pollock There’s a full band’s worth of kit and more onstage, and only two young guys dressed all in[...]


Review: London Wonderground – Southbank Centre

Tubular Bells for Two at the Southbank Centre By Melissa Hok Cee Wong – 27th June 2013 Australian double act Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts brought Mike Oldfield’s epic album Tubular Bells to the Southbank Centre this week, playing the whole thing themselves. Musical, dramatic, and acrobatic, all at the same time.[...]


Review: Portsmouth Festivities 2013

REVIEW: Tubular Bells for Two at the Kings Theatre, Southsea Multi-instrumentalists Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts by Alan Cooper alan…@thenews.co.uk Published on the 28 June 2013 TWO people doing the work of one may sound easy, but this show was an astounding accomplishment. Multi-instrumentalists Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts more[...]


Interview: The Oxford Times

Tubular Bells for Two: Duo ring changes with classic album Thursday 13th June 2013 By Tim Hughes, Music Editor. Inventive: Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts It is a rock classic; a groundbreaking album which rewrote the rules of musical production. Mike Oldfield’s 1973 classic Tubular Bells is a towering achievement[...]


Review: Trebuchet Magazine, Union Chapel London

Tubular Bells for Two : [Live Review] by Kailas on May 31, 2013 One take wonder: 40 years on, Mike Oldfield’s masterwork finds new life as a dynamic performance by two soulful musicians. The basic premise of this show is that two guys perform Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells, however, the[...]


Interview: The Press, York

Tubular Bells For Two, Grand Opera House, York, June 19 Thursday 30th May, 2013 Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts perform Tubular Bells For Two THE last time two men from Australia came over here parading their instruments the show was called Puppetry Of The Penis. This time, it is far[...]


Review: Northern Times

REVIEW: Tubular Bells For Two Written by Margaret Chrystall Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts, Tubular Bells For Two. “THAT’S a lot of instruments,” said the man in the row behind as we sat down for Tubular Bells For Two at Eden Court on Monday night. There looked to be about[...]